Tuesday, March 31, 2009

MFT Blog Hop Time!!

Hi All!! Are you ready for some MFT blog hopping?! I hope so because this month's release is AWESOME! MFT is releasing 4 new sets this month! How cool is that? If you want to start at the beginning go to Kim's blog. So, for this stop I have a fun cocktail and Flopsey to share. When I first saw the new "Girl's Night Out" set I knew I wanted to make a frosty margarita card. I LOVE frozen margaritas with salt so I went to town. I started by coloring in the margarita with my Copics and then adding crystal effects. The rim is embellished with some clear beads to resemble the salt. I also decided to make a cute little umbrella. All I did was fold a small piece of cardstock and added a rhinestone. I really love how this turned out. I think it would make a fun girls night out invitation. For the second card I used the new "Flopsey's Flowers" set. Isn't he the cutest? I colored everything in with my Copics and added some Flower Soft to the flower centers. Well, that's all for me but next in line is the fabulously talented Paula! I can't wait to see what she has for us!

Also, My Favorite Things (www.mftstamps.com) is having a New Release Cocktail Party on Wednesday, April 1st from 9-10 PM EASTERN. This month there are 4 new sets being released!

Head over to the MFT forum HERE to find out all the details and to find out how YOU can be the next MFT Guest Designer. We hope to see you there on Wednesday night.

Have fun blog hopping!


Jessie/knightrone said...

Super cute!! The umbrella is FAB!!

StampOwl said...

these are fabulous!

Carolyn King said...

awesome. clever umbrella and lovin the flower soft accent! Great job!

Christina Fischer said...

Okay, my mouth is watering just looking at that drink! The umbrella is adorable!

The Flopsey card has so many great details! Beautiful!

Amy Sheffer said...

Love these, Ana! The details on the margarita are phenomenal!

JessicaK said...

That umbrella rocks!

Heather "Hev" said...

I dont drink but that Margarita looks scrumptious!!

Love the salt :)

Kathy Daume' said...

Ana, I just LOVE your margarita card! The color of green is SO realistic, and the umbrella is genius!

Jamie said...

These cards are so adorable.

Lisa H. said...

oooo, lovely samples. I'm really diggin' the different glasses included in the girl's nite out set. tfs

Gabriela (Gabi With An Eye) said...

I'm thrilled with your artwork (okay and the salt rimmed margarita glass) and have just bookmarked your blog in google Reader.

Kim said...

LOVE em Ana!

raduse said...

Oh my gosh you guys are blowing me out of the ballpark with the sneak peaks today. Fabulous, just fabulous!!!

JenMarie said...

WOW, LOVE this!!

Scrappy said...

oh! Pretty and simple! LOVE it!

Kerry J. said...

Love that umbrella!! Awesome cards Ana!!!

Karen B said...

Very impressive. Love the margarita glass. And the flower soft really adds another dimension to your creation. Thanks

Angie Williams said...

These are great! The Margarita card is making my mouth water... mmmmm

Ann said...

fantastic cards - that bunny is just irresistable.

Ann xxx

Betty aka ZacksNana said...

wonderful add of the umbrella and I'll have my margarita frozen. bunny love!

Candice said...

Beautiful, Ana!!! That umbrella in the margarita is just genious - super job!!

Sarah said...

Both of these cards are absolutely adorable!

Kelli said...

LOL "all I did was fold some cardstock...." UGH!!! I was hoping for a COMPLETE tutorial! LOL That is SOOO cool of a card and that umbrellie totally makes it a 10

Anonymous said...

Amazing cards Ana! Your drink looks yummy!!!

sandyh50 said...

Great cards!

hobbydiva said...

Awesome cards! Love the salt and umbrella!!!

FibreJunky said...

Darling cards!! Love the flower soft and the "salt" on the margarita.

Tracey said...

These are so cute! Love your cards!

shel9999 said...

These are awesome, Ana! I love the salt on the glass and the fuzzy flower!!! SO cute!

Stamp4hobby said...

I love your margarita glass! The salt and little umbrella are AWESOME!

Robbie ... said...

Your decked out martini glass is absolutely adorable! Just love those 'bubbles'. Great job!

Jodi Collins aka Kharmagirl said...

Yep, I need this stamp...I must stop coming here...I keep getting enabled :)

Lynn said...

Both of your cards are simply stunning! You are an awesome artist!

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